Enjoy fine art instruction in a variety of media related to the Museum's Permanent Collection and special exhibitions through workshop programs. The Museum offers a regular schedule of fine art and drawing workshops designed for adults and taught by artists, educators, and related professionals. Frequently changing exhibitions and a fine art atmosphere enhance student learning and inspire the artistic techniques and processes presented in class. Workshops are offered throughout the year. Museum members receive discounts on registration for a single workshops or a series.
Playing with the idea of "Synesthesia" and "visualizing music," the theme for this year's Young Art exhibition, this workshop begins with meditative drawing exercises. Awakening your subconscious to interpret music visually, you will continue to record your responses evoked by the music through painting and drawing processes on canvas.Keep reading
This informal drawing workshop gives adults and teens the opportunity to draw from objects in the collection while guided by instructor Damon Hitchcock. Meet in the Rotunda.Keep reading
Painting on Tap mixes creativity and craft beer in a relaxed, social atmosphere. Take an exclusive, after-hours tour of the Museum, then grab a beer (or other drink) and nibbles from Panama 66 and let your creativity flow as you create a work inspired by Gabriele Münter's Tutzing. Local artist Jessica Oh, will guide you through the process to create a unique work of art by the end of the evening. Bring a...Keep reading
The Second Saturday Workshop Series is an adult program that explores exhibitions and installations at the Museum. Each begins with a tour of the related exhibition, followed by a fine art workshop.
Series Package | $160 for Four Classes
Exclusive to Museum members, workshop series' offer broader instruction in...Keep reading